Article 361 of Indian Constitution guarantees the Following Privileges to the President
1) The President shall not be answerable to any court for the exercise and performance of the powers and duties of his office or for any act done or purporting to be done by him in the exercise and performance of those powers and duties. However, the conduct of the President may be brought under review by any court, tribunal or body appointed or designated by either House of Parliament for the investigation of a charge in impeachment proceedings. Thus the immunity afforded to the President will not restrict the right of any person to bring suit against the Government of India
(2) No criminal proceedings whatsoever shall be instituted or continued against the President in any court during his term of office.
(3) No process for the arrest or imprisonment of the President shall be issued from any court during his term of office.
(4) No civil proceedings in which relief is claimed against the President shall be instituted during his term of office in any court in respect of any act done or purporting to be done by him in his personal capacity whether before or after he entered upon his office until.....
(a) a notice in writing has been given to the President.
(b) two months have passed after the service of such notice, and ;
(c) the notice states the nature of the proceedings, the cause of action, the name, residence and description of the party taking the proceedings and the relief which claimd.